Ramadan is spiritual nights with a taste of kindness for God's guests, strengthening the solidarity of Moroccans in Italy

Members of the Moroccan community residing in Italy are taking advantage of the holy month of Ramadan to build bridges of solidarity between Muslims and non-Muslims, introduce the principles of tolerance of Islam and create a spiritual atmosphere whose virtues are numerous through diligence in obedience and rebuilding mosques.

In an atmosphere full of fraternity and solidarity between Moroccans in Italy, as well as with the rest of the Muslim communities and even those of other religions, all differences, nationalities and races merge when the fasters gather around the tables iftar events held in mosques, whose objectives go beyond the simple provision of meals.

In addition to its religious virtues, this month constitutes a showcase for discovering the richness of Moroccan cuisine, tasting its traditional dishes sold ready-made or buying supplies to prepare at home to furnish the breakfast table.

Some Moroccans who cannot prepare certain dishes due to their professional situation receive traditional treats from their relatives in Morocco that characterize this holy month, helping them to create a family atmosphere and adapt to the particularities and lifestyle of the Ramadan in their country of residence.

The Moroccan community remains faithful to the Iftar table, known for the dishes that characterize the holy month, notably the “Harira” soup and the different dishes that adorn the tables of Ramadan, but it also wants to create an exceptional atmosphere that will be admired by all. non-Muslims who come with their small families to discover the authentic traditions of Morocco.

The group breakfast is considered the best opportunity to show the highest images of moderate and tolerant Islam and to present it to Italian society and the religious and social behaviors and customs that characterize this great month. It is also a valuable opportunity to disseminate values. harmony, solidarity and coexistence between religions.

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